Washington Abandons the Cities
Demetrios Caraley examines the Reagan and Bush administrations' cutting back of federal grants to large cities and people who live there. He concludes pessimistically that without strong economic growth, the American democracy has little capacity to deal with serious problems felt by minorities such as those who govern and who live in large cities.
Dismantling the Federal Safety Net: Fictions Versus Realities, Demetrios Caraley
American Presidential Democracy: Discussion, Demetrios Caraley
Editor's Introduction, Demetrios Caraley
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